|Symphony No. 8 - James C. Burke, Ph.D.|
The Score and parts for this symphony are available (in one volume)from MusicaNeo as a free download.
Keywords: classical symphony; chamber orchestra
|Symphony 10 - James C. Burke, Ph.D.|
This symphony features a solo violin (second movement). The score and parts are available from MusicaNeo as a free download.
Keywords: classical symphony; chamber music; strings
|Prokofiev: Classical Symphony: i. Allegro (Martinon cond.) - DWTKenInNY|
Orchestre National de l'ORTF Jean Martinon, cond.
Keywords: Prokofiev; Classical Symphony; Jean Martinon; DWTKenInNY
|Prokofiev: Classical Symphony: iii. Gavotta (Gergiev cond.) - DWTKenInNY|
LSO VG, cond.
Keywords: Prokofiev; Classical Symphony; Valery Gergiev; DWTKenInNY
|Prokofiev: Classical Symphony: iv. Vivace (Maazel cond.) - DWTKenInNY|
Orchestre National de France LM, cond. rec c 1984
Keywords: Prokofiev; Classical Symphony; Lorin Maazel; DWTKenInNY
|Prokofiev: Classical Symphony: ii. Larghetto (Ormandy cond.) - DWTKenInNY|
Philadelphia O EO, cond. RCA
Keywords: Prokofiev; Classical Symphony; Eugene Ormandy; DWTKenInNY
|Symphony 6 - James C. Burke, Ph.D.|
Symphony No. 6 is the second symphony in Burke's Zintsmaster Symphonies set. The score is available as a free download from MusicaNeo.
Keywords: Classical Symphony; Zintsmaster Set; chamber orchestra
|Symphony 7 - James C. Burke, Ph.D.|
James C. Burke's Symphony No. 7, completed in February 2005, is the last of the three Zintsmaster Symphonies. It is the only symphony by Burke written in a major key. The set of symphonies (No.5 through No. 7) was composed during a particularly optimistic and productive period while Burke was a Ph.D. student in Geography at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The Zintsmaster Symphinies marks a radical shift in his compositional style - abandoning both the academic atonal style of his...
Keywords: Classical Symphony; Zintsmaster Set; full orchestra
|Classical Edge 1 February 2998 - Eric Tomb|
Eric Tomb talks with Maestro Paul Perry about the highlights of his final season as Artistic Director and Conductor of Music in the Mountains. The pieces played include Prokofiev's Classical Symphony, the third movement of Haydn's Cello Concerto #1, the second movement of Barber's Violin Concerto and Beethoven's Symphony #7.
Keywords: Classical Edge; kvmr.org; Paul Perry; Music in the Mountains; Sergei Prokofief; Classical Symphony; Franz Josef Haydn; Cello Concerto #1; Samuel Barber; Violin Concerto; Ludwig Van Beethoven; Symphony #7